ATLANTA – customer teams, prosecutors and numerous lawmakers thought that they had closed the entranceway once and for all.
But only 3 years later on, payday financing could possibly be finding its way back to Georgia under a bill moving through the Legislature.
Backers state the strict laws and cost caps being proposed would produce a tightly regulated industry kept under control by strong charges. The effect could be a country mile off from the horror tales about predatory financing that helped kick the industry from the state in 2004. Continue reading “Let me make it clear about Payday debate that is lending to Georgia”